The three bedroom Palace Garden Apartment is a classic, spacious apartment located in the city centre and is suited for 7 persons who want to fall in love with The Hague.Palace Garden
This renovated three floor apartment has high ceilings, grand rooms, huge windows, wooden floors and a fireplace. This all in combination with modern furniture and the neutral colors make this apartment a very attractive place to stay. The living room features a sofa, two matching arm chairs, a nice coffee table and large windows. Switch on the flat screen and watch business news on CNN. The dining room has a rustic big table for eight. Wireless internet is available so put your laptop on this table, open it and download the latest information about your shares on Wall Street.
The large kitchen has all the things you need to make your stay a pleasant one. It has an oven, a, microwave, a fridge/freezer, a dish washer, a washing machine and a dryer. A coffee machine makes it easy to make a hot cup of coffee.
The three bedrooms are on the second floor. One bedroom has gabled ceilings and three single beds. The other two bedrooms have double beds. The bathroom has marble walls and floor and has a big bathtub, a shower, two sinks and a toilet and has access to the two bedrooms. There is a second bathroom on the third floor and from her you have access to the spacious roof terrace with a table and various chairs.
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Your apartment is close to the Noordeinde Palace. This is the official working place for Queen Beatrix, so she works here but does not live here. She lives in Huis Ten Bosch, a palace also located in The Hague. Sometimes the prime minister will come to visit the queen to discuss important matters of state. When the Dutch red, white and blue flag and the Royal Banner are hanging In front of the palace this means that the queen is in the palace.
You can see a statue of Prince William of Orange on a horse. He lived in the 16th century and was the founder of our royal family, the House of Orange. This is our national color so the Dutch football team plays in orange shits.
This palace also has a beautiful garden which is open to the public. You can only see the royal stables from a distance because you are not allowed to enter these stables. The Gouden Koets or in English the Golden Coach is drawn by 8 horses and every September the Queen and her son William take a tour in this coach to the Ridderzaal where she opens the new parliamentary year and where she reads the Crown Speech, the plans of the government for the next year.
City area: City Centre - Hofkwartier